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IDevice ▪ January 23
Beijing News reports that Tim Cook has agreed to allow China’s State Internet Information Office to carry out security audits of Apple products sold in the country. Cook reportedly made the offer during his meeting with China’s Cyberspace Administration minister Lu Wei in December.
China has long expressed suspicion over the security of Apple products, seemingly resulting from frosty relations with the U.S. Government. A state-run TV station in China described the iPhone as a “national security concern” last July due to its location-tracking capabilities. Apple responded by pointing out that location data is stored on the phone, not on Apple’s servers, and is encrypted … expand full story
IDevice ▪ January 15
IDevice ▪ December 10, 2014
Specials.9to5toys.com is running a **special** on an iOS app designer bundle that up and coming iOS app designers will likely want to take advantage of. This is an “NYOP bundle”, meaning that people can name their own price to get 2 courses (Learn Mobile Web Design Using Bootstrap & Learn To Build Cross Platform Apps). Or, if you beat the average price, you’ll get the entire bundle (7 courses & assets). This evening that is only a few bucks plus 10% goes to charity of your choice and high bidders get a chance to win a Gold iPad Air/ iPhone 6. The bundle includes:
- Mobile App Design From Scratch: Design Principles & UX –
- iPhone App Interface Desgin For Beginners –
- Learn Mobile Web Design Using Bootstrap –
- Learn To Build Cross Platform Mobile Apps –
- Assets for Simplifying the Mobile Desgin Process –
- The Ultimate Collection of Design Graphics from Creative VIP –
- Freebo Design Asset Bundle –
MSRP value of these courses and assets is $1,415. You can’t go wrong for a few bucks.
IDevice ▪ December 4, 2014
Kantar data shows that the iPhone 6 Plus managed to take a 41% share of all US phablet sales for the August to October quarter, despite only being on sale for a little over one of those months and significant supply constraints.
Unsurprisingly, the smaller iPhone 6 also outsold the iPhone 5s in the same period, taking 33% of all iOS device sales against 26% for the 5s, 18% for the 5c and 10% for the 6 Plus. This is line with multiple sources suggesting a 3-to-1 ratio of iPhone 6 vs 6 Plus sales … expand full story
IDevice ▪ November 21, 2014